Explore Australias arid centre with the Great Desert Tracks Atlas andamp; Guide. Written by some of the most experienced and reputable four-wheel drive enthusiasts in Australia, it is the most comprehensive guide for traversing Australia's desert regions.
Whether you're a 'desert lover', or just looking to tackle some of Australia's favourite 4WD destinations, this informative guide is an indispensable companion to this country's arid centre. The complete atlas contains all six map sheets from Hema Maps' popular Great Desert Tracks maps. This guide features 25 4WD tracks, each with its own detailed inset map showing the route taken, with GPS locations and points of interest featured. All of the tracks are colour-coded to make it simple to find the treks that suit your type of vehicle and handy symbols show towing suitability too. The track descriptions are written by some of Australia's top four-wheel driving enthusiasts and experienced travel writers. Each track's notes contain all the information you need to plan the trip, including permits and contact details. There's also plenty of essential pre-trip reading on how to prepare for your trek, safety in the outback and driving techniques. Background information on geomorphology, major environments and ecosystems, and history makes this the 'must have guide for touring the outrback.
|Size:||233mm x 297mm.|
|Binding:||Laminated board covers. Spiral bound.|
|Publication Date:||4th edition. (2015).|
|Images (Colour or Mono)||Full colour.|
|Author and/or publisher||Hema Maps Pty Ltd.|
Tear and Water Resistant
Coverage includes Mallacoota Inlet, Sypsy Point, Gabo Island, Betka Beach, Wallagaraugh River, Port Welshpool, Port Albert, Corner Inlet, Port Franklin, Northern Wilsons Promontory, Yanakie Seal Islands, Snake Island, Sunday Island, Manns Beach, Cliffy Island etc..
Text boxes provide valuable fishing tips and some of the best spots.
Symbols include Boat ramps, beacons, lights, trolling runs, swamps, depths, and a key to likely fish species locations by number.View full product details
North Stradbroke Island, Moreton Island, Moreton Bay, Logan River.View full product details
Camping Guide to Tasmania.
Craig Lewis / Cathy Savage (Boiling Billy)
Experience the very best camping destinations in Tasmania with this full-colour, fully updated and detailed directory to over 200 campsites. It has a comprehensive listing of more than 50 parks, forests and reserves where you can pitch your tent, roll out your swag or unhitch your van. This edition provides concise and accurate details to camping areas throughout the state, including some of Australia's most celebrated bush and mountain areas such as Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair and Freycinet National Parks.
|Size:||220mm X 150mm|
|Publication Date:||2013 4th edition|
|Images (Colour or Mono)||Full Colour|
|Author and/or publisher||Craig Lewis/Cathy Savage (Boiling Billy)|